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October 7, 2005

Kochbrunnen, Wiesbaden

Filed under: — laurenzb @ 2:57 pm



Kochbrunnen, Wiesbaden, originally uploaded by laurenz.

Although the water of this source does not quite reach boiling temperature (”kochen” = to boil), it’s still steaming hot.
The hot sources have been a major tourist attraction for Wiesbaden ever since the time of the Romans.

One Response to “Kochbrunnen, Wiesbaden”

  1. Karin Says:

    We left Wiesbaden in 1959 to immigrate to Canada. My mother used to make me drink that brew. I hated it. Thanks for the pic, I was always wondering if that drink was still available. Faulbrunnen tasted worse. I can’t remember where it was located.-K

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